Abuse survivors worried they lack a voice at inquiry

The Royal Commission investigating historic abuse in care has quietly suspended meetings of the group of survivors set up to advise it.

The inquiry told survivor advisory group members in December that meetings would not be happening for the “foreseeable future”.

Instead, the Royal Commission says it’s seeking advice from individual members and smaller working groups based on their own experiences. Read more

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